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When you start to pity the bulls instead of hate them

When slowing becomes flattening becomes dipping

When mortgage companies complain they have too much business

When the politicians have to tell us there will not be a housing crash and Northern Rock is completely liquid

When YOY 1.5% is greeted with relief

When HPCers can't be bothered to answer Orbital's trolling

When property experts have to answer questions on LIBOR instead of "up and coming areas"

When MOM comparisons become YOY comparisons become DOD comparisons

When EAs pressure the sellers rather than buyers

When BTLers suddenly don't want to talk about property any more.

When there are no bulls on HPC (even those that promised to come back and admit they were wrong)

When remortgaging becomes something to fear

When BBC economic journalists start to look a little worried

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When you start to pity the bulls instead of hate them

When slowing becomes flattening becomes dipping

When mortgage companies complain they have too much business

When the politicians have to tell us there will not be a housing crash and Northern Rock is completely liquid

When YOY 1.5% is greeted with relief

When HPCers can't be bothered to answer Orbital's trolling

When property experts have to answer questions on LIBOR instead of "up and coming areas"

When MOM comparisons become YOY comparisons become DOD comparisons

When EAs pressure the sellers rather than buyers

When BTLers suddenly don't want to talk about property any more.

When there are no bulls on HPC (even those that promised to come back and admit they were wrong)

When remortgaging becomes something to fear

When BBC economic journalists start to look a little worried

Nice... but I think the YOY +1.5% is a little optimistic. NW figures YOY +1.1%, Hometrack figures YOY +0.4%

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When you start to pity the bulls instead of hate them

When slowing becomes flattening becomes dipping

When mortgage companies complain they have too much business

When the politicians have to tell us there will not be a housing crash and Northern Rock is completely liquid

When YOY 1.5% is greeted with relief

When HPCers can't be bothered to answer Orbital's trolling

When property experts have to answer questions on LIBOR instead of "up and coming areas"

When MOM comparisons become YOY comparisons become DOD comparisons

When EAs pressure the sellers rather than buyers

When BTLers suddenly don't want to talk about property any more.

When there are no bulls on HPC (even those that promised to come back and admit they were wrong)

When remortgaging becomes something to fear

When BBC economic journalists start to look a little worried

When all mortgage adverts vanish from the TV/Meeja

When People at work ask you..." How did you know?"

When numerous Staff start asking for payrises

When heads of Nations have meetings about `The Crisis`

When the Spring bounce........Did not

Edited by boshdadosh

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Someone on the Today Programme actually asks Fionaulalala Earley a question like "if you're predicting less than a 5% fall by the end of the year, and the statistics already show a 1% fall in April, do you expect prices to rise in August because otherwise you are going to change your prediction in June, surely?"

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When you start to pity the bulls instead of hate them

When slowing becomes flattening becomes dipping

When mortgage companies complain they have too much business

When the politicians have to tell us there will not be a housing crash and Northern Rock is completely liquid

When YOY 1.5% is greeted with relief

When HPCers can't be bothered to answer Orbital's trolling

When property experts have to answer questions on LIBOR instead of "up and coming areas"

When MOM comparisons become YOY comparisons become DOD comparisons

When EAs pressure the sellers rather than buyers

When BTLers suddenly don't want to talk about property any more.

When there are no bulls on HPC (even those that promised to come back and admit they were wrong)

When remortgaging becomes something to fear

When BBC economic journalists start to look a little worried

When you can be introduced to a new person without the inevitable "do you rent or own" question coming up

When you can watch TV without being subliminally told you are a fool / loser / chav for not owning a house

When you can go to a party / gathering etc and not have to justify at length your financial decision not to buy to everyone in the room

in short:

When people finally SHUT THE HELL UP talking about house prices!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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When the BBC and ITV commission programmes about "stuff" rather than fat tattooed Brummies trying to buy an apartment in Marbella.

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When you start to pity the bulls instead of hate them

When slowing becomes flattening becomes dipping

When mortgage companies complain they have too much business

When the politicians have to tell us there will not be a housing crash and Northern Rock is completely liquid

When YOY 1.5% is greeted with relief

When HPCers can't be bothered to answer Orbital's trolling

When property experts have to answer questions on LIBOR instead of "up and coming areas"

When MOM comparisons become YOY comparisons become DOD comparisons

When EAs pressure the sellers rather than buyers

When BTLers suddenly don't want to talk about property any more.

When there are no bulls on HPC (even those that promised to come back and admit they were wrong)

When remortgaging becomes something to fear

When BBC economic journalists start to look a little worried

When I start to build my BTL portfolio..

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All trolls are gay

All losers on The Apprentice are gay

bulls are gay

your wife is gay

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All trolls are gay

All losers on The Apprentice are gay

bulls are gay

your wife is gay

You haven't quite grasped the concept of this thread.

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You haven't quite grasped the concept of this thread.

Are you gay? :lol:

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You Know The Hpc Is Here When.....

ERIC is employed full time to be a considered expert in the many LIAR LOANS cases that will be heard in court

We hear by call upon Eric :lol:

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You Know The Hpc Is Here When.....

ERIC is employed full time to be a considered expert in the many LIAR LOANS cases that will be heard in court

We hear by call upon Eric :lol:

hes gay

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I dunno about him. But I'm thinking about being gay now.

Oh - When I can actually afford a property.

Effectively we have all taken it up the **** for the last 10 years.................................

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  • 292 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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